So OWC announced RAM for the new Mac Pros. 32GB from them is $449. Here's what I'm curious about. Every RAM option in the new MP fills every slot it has (4) so if you buy the $3999 standard 6-core option you get 16GB with full slots. How much of that $3999 price is the RAM you're buying? The reason I ask is because OWC only offers $100 in rebate for the original 16GB your machine came with, and you pay $449 for the step up to 32GB as opposed to adding $400 for 32GB from Apple. It seems to me based on the prices to upgrade on Apple's site that the 16GB is about $200 or so of the purchase price, possibly more but I can't be sure. So you pay $200-300 lets say out of that $4000 machine, you get a rebate of only $100 for it leaving you at $100-200 for RAM you don't have anymore, then pay $449 for the step up to 32GB from OWC. So in buying the 16GB, getting the rebate of $100 for it, and paying $449 for OWC's 32GB you're paying $559-659 for 32GB which is almost identical to Apple's RAM upgrade price. Am I missing something? Where's the benefit? The only opportunity to save money that I see if you want 32GB is if my numbers are off and the 16GB in the standard machine is only about $200 not $300. In that case you're saving about $100 but that's about it. Am I crazy? Seems the real savings come in if you want 64GB…then the numbers are much better.